New Products at Healthy Living Market: Saratoga Springs, NY

Produce:

Conventional Clementines (3 pound bags)

Eco-Grown Vermont Cranberry Co. Cranberries (loose – aka “cranberry bog”)

Conventional Pom Wonderful Pomegranates

Organic Kumquats

Organic Meyer Lemons – Meyer lemons are thought to be a cross between mandarins and lemons – they have a smoother, more orange flesh, and a spicier, more complex flavor. They are much sweeter than regular lemons and have a very distinctive flavor.  Only available seasonally, these are excellent for desserts due to a lower acid profile.

Local Eco-Grown Esopus Spitzenburg Heirloom Apples – Scott Farm (NY) – Considered one of the best eating apples in America. The flavor is full and rich, and it is very good for all culinary purposes as well. Thomas Jefferson planted several trees at Monticello – it is said to be one of his favorites. Discovered early in the 18th century near Esopus, New York.

Local Eco-Grown Black Oxford Apples – Scott Farm (NY) – Mild, almost purely sweet, with a hint of vanilla flavor. From Oxford County, Maine, it was the regional favorite. Great all-purpose apple, used for eating, cooking, and making cider, it is still Maine’s most famous apple. This variety keeps so well that it is sometimes referred to as “the rock,” and some of the old trees may still be found in pastures and barnyards in Maine today.

Organic Quince

Organic Hachiya Persimmons


Grocery & Refrigerated

Blake Hill – No sugar added preserves. Blueberry, strawberry, raspberry, and peach are the flavor options

Bushwick Kitchen – Meyer lemon peel infused honey and gingerbread maple syrup

Jovial –  GF whole grain pastry flour

Natural Value – Organic canned sweet peas and organic sweet cornWe will be swapping out our bulk Very Berry Mix for Himalayan Golden Raisins from Tierra Farm. Find this right with the other bulk raisin options.

Verday – Chlorophyll waters are new for the grab and go beverage set. 4 flavors total – coconut, cucumber, lemon grass, and watermelon.

Alter Eco – Organic burnt caramel dark chocolate bar. Find with in line with the other Alter Eco chocolate bars.

Taza – Organic maple pecan chocolate bar

Annie’s Homegrown – Sandwich cookies AKA “grabbits”. 2 varieties – chocolate mint, and chocolate

Eden – Organic instant miso soup. 2 varieties – red and white miso

Foods Alive – Organic black sesame seeds. Great for at home sushi making! Find these in the herbs and spice set with the white sesame seeds.

Field Day – Organic fruit stars and twists

Health Warrior – Dark chocolate chia bar

Mediterranean Organics – Organic antipasto medlies are new for the olive/gourmet sets. 2 options – Greek island, and Mediterranean medley

Pereg shawarma – Spice mix

Mcvities – Digestive biscuits

Noosa Pumpkin and Blackberry Serrano –  They launched a line of these sweet and spicy yogurts earlier this year. The balance of sweet and spicy is dialed in perfectly.

Rebbl Protein Drinks –  Organic plant-based clean protein. Soy Free and Dairy Free, it’s a blend of coconut milk and supporting herbs. 16 grams of protein per bottle. The ingredients for this brand are ethically sourced; which is part of their mission statement. A trend that is on the up this year. There’s 2 flavors: Vanilla Spice and Dark Chocolate.

Bhakti Chai – Holiday Spiced Chai Nog – Vegan, Dairy Free and Gluten Free.

Silk Almond Nog

Califia Farms – Peppermint Mocha Cold Brew Coffee with Almond Mil

Fromager d’Affinois with Red Chili Pepper – Double cream cheese with red chili pepper

Sugar Pearl Home Baked Goods – New flavor very cranberry pear


Beer:

Brewmaster Jack – Great Brewer making waves out of Western MA

Hoppiness is a Warm Pun

Brewmaster Jack –  Good Sense

Stillwater Brewing Gose Gone Wild Tijuana

Grimm Ales – Awoogha

Grimm Ales – Field Rotation

Peak Organic – Super Fresh

Almanac – Eperor Norton and Manarina

Lord Hobo – Consolation Prize


Wine:

Domaine Lafage – Narassa Grenache/Syrah (93 Points Robert Parker $14.99) From one of the warmest sites in France, the 2014 Cotes du Roussillon Villages Lieu Dit La Narassa comes from 70-year-old vines planted in the black schist soils of Maury. Despite the rugged, hot terroir from where this beauty comes, the wine is pure silk and elegant, with lots of black raspberry, chocolate covered currants, pepper and olive notes giving way to a full-bodied 2014; it has polished tannin and a seamless texture. A blend of 70% Grenache and 30% Syrah that was aged mostly in concrete tank (20% in demi-muids), drink it anytime over the coming 4-5 years.

Isabelle and Denis Pommier 1er cru Fourchaume

Goisot Bourgogne  – Chard

Ascheri – Barolo


Wellness:

Us Sherpa – baby booties – handmade in NepalSmartyPants – Mens complete gummy multi & womens complete gummy multi with omega-3

EO – Baby oil, calendula baby lotion, chamomile baby lotion to match the baby washes we just brought in.

Giovanni – Cherry blossom shampoo, cherry blossom conditioner

Baudelaire – Sisal horsehair bath glove & sisal bath glove – Produced by a women’s cooperative in Columbia, our Sisal & Horsehair Bath Glove is 100% natural sisal fiber and horsehair. Sisal is an all-natural, renewable fiber that comes from a plant of the agave family.

Himalayan Institute – Neti-flo bottle with salt – Nasal irrigation is an excellent way to clean mucus from the nose making medication more effective.

Mychelle – Perfect C Radiance Lotion – This velvety-rich, nutrient- and moisture-restoring lotion delivers a potent 12% dose of L-Ascorbic Acid combined with Plant C-Stem™ and Licorice Extract to help brighten and protect skin from the effects of environmental pollution for a more luminous complexion.Mychelle – Bio Firm Hydrogel Concentrate – Concentrated 2% Hyaluronic Acid moisture-binding gel with a potent dose of Alpine Nunatak™ Plant Stem Cells and Crocus Chrysanthus Bulb Extract that help to restore healthy tone and provide deep nourishment and hydration. Skin appears instantly restored and refreshed.